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    Corporate and Convention Photography's growing trend towards Social Media

    Recently in Las Vegas I was asked to incorporate yet again the use of Social Media with my photography. When a tradeshow at the Sands was being produced for a Tech company a idea was brought about during the pre con meeting. The thought was how to engage more attendees at a booth to drive more traffic to the client's website. Well this is becoming main stream with any marketing plan of action and why not photography as well.

    Simple enough? Well not so simple but doable. I developed a workflow that allows companies to gather, track and follow up on the attendees who stop by their booth. I can't get into the how as that is propriety but the results are impressive to the client which is what they are looking for. Most tradeshow booths offer giveaways if a business card is left or information is filled out on a card but that ends there. When photography is used it creates a permanent image of the client that is helpful in many marketing applications. One of those is the ability to send a Thank you email filled with information about the product or service and with their photo attached for stopping by which is more personal than an email that will likely just be go straight to the junk folder. Another marketing use is placing the photo on Flickr and giving a card out to the attendee that tells them how to get the photo but would have them go to the companie's website first which increase web traffic which we all know helps SEO. Convention Photography, Onsite Printing Photography and Event Photography are just a few of the services that we offer here at Professional Images Photography that can have Social Media intergrated. Email me if you more information about this service and how we can help you.

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